Patna: Grand Alliance's thumping victory in the 2015 Bihar Assembly elections has also changed the ongoing poster war in the state with the news ones taking a jibe at the BJP-led NDA, which badly lost in the crucial assembly elections here.
According to reports, all major locations and landmarks in the city are now splashed with colourful banners and poster hailing the 'Mahagathbandhan' led by Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal United and Lalu Prasad Yadav's RJD.
One such poster carrying a big image of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar read: “han bhai, Bihar me bahar hai, Mr Kumar phir ek bar hai. (Yes, there is enthusiasm in Bihar, Nitish Kumar is back in Bihar)”.
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Interestingly, another poster showed the leaders of BJP-led NDA lying low and completely dejected after their defeat in Bihar polls. Top NDA leaders like Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Ram Vilas Paswan, Sushil Modi among others were depicted moving bare foot with their heads hanging in shame.
During the course of assembly elections, BJP had also put up massive hoardings carrying the image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah.
The posters and hoardings put up by BJP carried the party slogan: 'Badaliye sarkar, badaliye Bihar'.
These posters had flooded all parts of Patna, from busy traffic intersections to flyovers to railway stations and other transport hubs, and markets, among other places.